So, no sooner do I get "Turkish Patrol" uploaded than the first reviewer starts raggin' on "Forge In The Forest." Well, here it is, by Arthur Pryor Band. So there!
Now apparently when Victor was ready to release "Anvil Chorus," some genius said "hey, let's put an anvil on the other side, too," so they dug around the closet and found "Forge In The Forest," recorded almost 10 years earlier. So here they are, Arthur Pryor Band, "Forge In The Forest, Concert Band With Anvil Effects," and Victor Orchestra, "Anvil Chorus, Orchestra With Anvil Effects." This is Victor 17231, released 1913 according to http://victor.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/11685/Victor_17231
The discography info is sort of vague. Did they have to ferry the anvil over from Philly to Camden for Anvil Chorus, or did they keep one at both locations? Anybody out there in the recording industry know about anvils in the recording studio? Those things aren't light.